I\'m a noob around here and I have read the majority if not a good portion of the PMMA threads. My concern much like everyone else are the potential side effects. I can deal with lumpy or misfigured penis (so long as it works) but the chance of dying from pulmonary embolism or any other complication is something that would prevent me from having this procedure done.
My question is this, from what I have read thus far, the chances of really dying from pulmonary embolism related to PMMA is if it was accidentally injected into your bloodstream, i.e. veins or artery. Which leads me to the conclusion that after the procedure and all went well, you are in the clear. Is there a chance, however that the PMMA materials might migrate in the future and even into your blood supply?
From what I understand, the body will make collagen around the PMMA (over time) and if migration happens, it would be localize...
Please educate me on this topic
maybe I was mistaken when I read about this actress inyourface.ocregister.com/2009/12/01/why...astic-surgery/13113/
her death was explained as \"She chose to have injections of microspheres of PMMA plastic (polymethylmethacrilate), which led to a blockage in the main artery in her lungs, the Argentine newspaper Clarinreported.\"